Programming From Scratch by Gary Crandall

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Book description: In this day and age, programming is difficult-there are numerous types of programming and the technology looms intricate, if not overwhelming. Programming from scratch is in-tended for people reluctant to learn programming yet willing to explore a clear path "from scratch." This book by no means covers all facets of programming; however, there are no presumptions about the reader's level of skill, making this book ideal for beginners in the field.

Author information: Gary Crandall was one of the earliest pioneers in the field of microprocessor programming. He started his career has a hardware technician in the 1970s, later developing some of the earliest software for the original Apple Macintosh. He has personally written over ten mil-lion lines of code throughout his career. He has a unique perspective of "hardware under the hood" and cross-platform development. Crandall currently lives and works in Vancouver, Washington.

Reviews: "Code is the language of the 21st century and Programming from scratch gives the reader a hands-on tour of software development. This book will stimulate the beginner's thoughts and open the door for further study. This is an inspirational first book for the aspiring programmer." -Noah Pepper Director of Research and Development, Qmedtrix Systems Inc
 

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Gary Crandall was one of the earliest pioneers in the field of microprocessor programming. He started his career has a hardware technician in the 1970s, later developing some of the earliest software for the original Apple Macintosh. He has personally written over ten million lines of code throughout his career. He has a unique perspective of “hardware under the hood” and cross-platform development. Crandall currently lives and works in Vancouver, Washington, and is currently developing specialized software for stock traders at www.garsworld.com.
 
Published January 1, 2011 by PSIpress. 194 pages
Genres: Computers & Technology. Non-fiction

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